Summer Training Programs

Summer is almost here, and it is time for athletes to begin their training programs for the upcoming season. If you wait until the end of the school year to start lifting, you’re missing lots of opportunities to develop and get stronger. Schedule your athlete’s initial screening today, so they have ample time to prepare.Continue reading “Summer Training Programs”

Resilient Runner Winter Clinic 2017

Are you looking to improve your running economy while reducing your risk of injury? Have you been dealing with one injury after another, always looking for an answer? Do you know where to start? The Resilient Runners Winter Clinic will show you the path. Reduce your risk of injury Improve running efficiency Develop new jointContinue reading “Resilient Runner Winter Clinic 2017”

Bluegrass Soccer Club Girls 99 & 01

Moving to Next Level last fall brought me the opportunity to work with dozens of high school and college athletes. With the spring club soccer season right around the corner, I thought I’d take a moment to talk about a few of the teams I’ve had the pleasure of training in the off/pre-season. The BSCContinue reading “Bluegrass Soccer Club Girls 99 & 01”

Training Sept 27th

Clients ask me all the time, “What workouts do you do?” I think that people think trainers perform outrageous training sessions themselves. And while we should be able to show AND go,  my personal training sessions are usually simple, involving the main movement patterns. To help breakdown the mystique, I’m going to share my trainingContinue reading “Training Sept 27th”

Update on Tina’s result in London

Tina finished the London Marathon yesterday in 2:41:19, which sets a new personal best by 4 minutes! Additionally her second half was faster than her first half indicating she still had some left in the tank when she crossed the finish line. I spoke with her from London yesterday and she said she felt remarkablyContinue reading “Update on Tina’s result in London”

Training and my first marathon(er)

…running can be an effective and enjoyable form of exercise. It also means that if your body isn’t ready for distance running, there may be better options for you initially. Even the pros have coaches and it is much better to start with good movement and build a foundation for running (or whatever) than to start with poor movement and add more bad movement on top of a bad foundation.